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  • Photo of the Day – Gerroa – 23/02/17

    Gerroa
    How’s everyone’s week proceeding? I’ve been out and about shooting some additional footage for a new video I hope to release fairly soon. I wanted to get it done today because wetter weather is on the way which of course makes flying the drone impossible. Anyway, here’s a recent sunset from Seven Mile, sending sunshine and warmth your way if you’re in colder climes. Cheers team 🙂
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  • Photo of the Day – Narrawallee – 22/02/17

    Narrawallee Inlet
    Hello everyone. This morning I headed down the coast to Narrawallee near Mollymook. I’d been meaning to catch a sunrise there for some time and great conditions meant I got lots of cool drone shots. My favourite from the day was this one though, which looks like a watercolour painting .The darker colours are the shadow of the little hill at the Inlet. Cheers team. 🙂
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  • Photo of the Day – Gerroa – 19/02/17

    Gerroa
    How are we all this fine Sunday. We’ve been having some turbulent weather here in New South Wales and when it hasn’t been as hot as the sun it’s been stormy. And today we’re transitioning between the two. I headed down to Gerroa on Friday night and enjoyed a great, but *very* windy sunset down on Seven Mile Beach. There was no chance of flying the drone (in fact it has been in its box all week) and so I enjoyed an hour of Seven Mile sunset with my DSLR. I got some keepers out of the evening, including this one which I took about a minute after sunset. Follow me on Instagram (http://instagram.com/sublimesouth) and you can enjoy moments like this live from the beach in my Story tab. Cheers team 🙂
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  • Photo of the Day – Currarong – 17/02/17

    Currarong
    Up on the northern edge of the Beecroft Peninsula, above Jervis Bay, you find the sleepy seaside town of Currarong. Despite the fact that it’s ocean facing, the swell is nearly always calm here and it has long been a popular spot for families. The creek is a great place to splash about in and you also have numerous cute nearby beaches. The fish and chips are excellent too. Happy Friday team 🙂
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  • Photo of the Day – Gerroa – 15/02/17

    Gerroa
    Happy Woden’s Day everyone, hope the bed-bugs have not been biting. Thought I’d share another shot from Sunday’s super-sunset, mainly because I have a lot of keepers from that evening. This is the little creek called Crooked River that flows out into the ocean here. This has been closed for the last several months and is open again now which is terrific news because it means no-one will be able to drive all the way onto the main part of the beach. Anyway, this shot was one of the last I took down on the beach that night – a full 45 minutes after sunset. Obviously you need to shoot long exposure with those low light levels, so this is a 10 second exposure at f5.6. Love the way the setting sun and back-lit clouds turned the creek gold. Cheers team 🙂
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  • Photo of the Day – Shoalhaven Heads – 14/02/17

    Shoalhaven Heads
    Aha and a happy Tuesday to you all. This morning I got up at the usual time and headed down to Seven Mile Beach for sunrise with the missus. Unfortunately it was a complete grey blancmange of blurgh and so we went for a short walk and then got coffee from Il Gelato, which was primo. So instead of a photograph of a wall of offshore scud, here’s what it looked like on Saturday when the grey blancmange of blurgh was nowhere to be seen and the sun rose in front of everyone’s favourite concrete bench. Rock on team and rock hard!!!!
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  • Photo of the Day – 13/02/17

    Gerroa
    We’ve had some stormy weather here in the south coast and a fair bit of cloud. So I paid close attention to the skies to the west of me and noticed a nice gap on the horizon. With colour in the sky as early as 6pm I knew the odds were excellent for a colourful sunset and I made sure I was down at Gerroa an hour before-hand. Sure enough, shortly after the sun had dropped below the horizon, it began back-lighting the clouds through that gap and tinted the world red, orange and purple. I had the drone up prior to sunset, but knew that the camera on it could never do justice to the colours in the sky, so I put it back in its box and headed down onto Seven Mile Beach with my big boys camera.
    There were only three people on the beach enjoying the fireworks, me and Mr and Mrs Gone Fishing. Although I guess all those folks that paid top dollar for their holiday homes in Gerroa were enjoying it from the balcony with a glass of something cool too! Anyway, it was one of *those* sunsets, that went on, and on, and on. I left the beach almost exactly an hour after sunset and there was still colour in the sky then. Definitely a sunset to savour and, judging from the number of photos on social media, one that folks got to enjoy right up and down the east coast. Just a reminder to follow me on Instagram at http://instagram.com/sublimesouth – I actually broadcasted live from the beach during this sunset and, when the opportunity presents itself I’ll do it again, along with the usual videos and photos. Cheers team 🙂
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